Born in Kingston, Ontario Kirk Muller played 19 seasons in the NHL. He was drafted second overall by the New Jersey Devils in the 1984 NHL Entry Draft behind Mario Lemieux. In his 19 year NHL career Kirk played for the NJ Devils (1984-91), Montreal Canadiens (1991-95), NY Islanders (1995-96), Toronto Maple Leafs (1996-97), Florida Panthers (1997-99) and the Dallas Stars (1999-2003). He played for Team Canada in the 1984 World Junior Championships, the 1984 Olympic Games and in 4 World Championships (1985, 86, 87, 89). He finished his career with 959 points (357 goals and 602 assists). He helped the Montreal Canadiens win a Stanley Cup in 1993 and is currently head coach of the Carolina Hurricanes.